Jordan Spieth has won the 2015 Masters by four strokes after producing the equal lowest score in the tournament’s history.
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Spieth (70) finished with an 18-under par 270, equalling Tiger Woods’ record low at Augusta in 1997.
The Texan took a four-stroke lead heading into the final day and immediately extended his gap at the top with birdies on the first and third holes.
Englishman Justin Rose continued his strong form from the third round after he birdied the first and second hole to keep the pressure up on Spieth.
It wasn’t to be for Rose however, with Spieth holding his nerve to shoot six birdies on his way to claiming the green jacket on the final day.
The 21-year-old is the second-youngest ever winner at the Masters and became the first man ever to reach 19 under at Augusta when he birdied the 15th hole.
Rose (70) finished in equal second alongside American veteran Phil Mickelson (69) on 14 under.
World no.1 Rory McIlroy tied with Japan’s Hideki Matsuyama for the low round of the day with a six under 66 as he ended the tournament in fourth.
Four-time Masters winner Tiger Woods faltered with a one-over final round to finish 5-under, tied for 17th with Sergio Garcia (70).
Watch Spieth receive the famous green jacket below: